Expenditures

Business / Finance / Expenditures: The expected value if the future uncertain outcomes could be known minus the expected value with no additional information.

Capital Expenditures

Business / Finance / Capital Expenditures: A Merrill Lynch brokerage account that allows investors to access the loan value of his or her eligible securities to buy or sell securities. Excess cash in a CBA can be invested in a money market fun MORE

Expenses

Business / Accounting / Expenses: Goods or services purchased directly for the running of the business. This does not include goods bought for re-sale or any items of a capital nature (see Stock and Fixed Assets ). MORE

Variance

Business / Finance / Variance: Loan made at an interest rate that fluctuates depending on a base interest rate, such as the prime rate or LIBOR. MORE

Fair Value

Business / Finance / Fair Value: The rate of return that state governments allow a public utility to earn on its investments and expenditures. Utilities then use these profits to pay investors and provide service upgrades to their cu MORE

Free Delivery

Business / Finance / Free Delivery: Cash not required for operations or for reinvestment. Often defined as earnings before interest (often obtained from the operating income line on the income statement) less capital expenditures less t MORE

Period Expenses

Business / Finance / Period Expenses: A term for expenses recorded in the period in which they occur regardless of whether or not they pertain to a prior or later period. R&D and advertising expenditures are examples of costs that benefit MORE

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